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IEA – R2 – Managing Difficult Student Behaviors – Beyond the Basics – Lewiston
October 19, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
You’ve got the basics of classroom, time and transition management, but still struggle with some disruptive and repetitive student behaviors every year.
Learn how to look deeper at the “Language” underneath the behavior and what it’s communicating so that you can apply the appropriate response instead of just reacting to manage it in the moment.
You’ll learn your place in the chain, how to diagnose the function of the behavior, consider sensory input and other needs, and learn how to collaborate and problem solve to the benefit of all.
Sherry Belknap is a trained classroom teacher from Meridian and she will provide you information and tools that will empower you to problem solve and make the environments less stressful for yourself AND your students!
** This training is FREE for IEA Members **
** Non IEA Member Fee is $100 – NOTE: If you would like to join the IEA now to take this class and other classes for free as an IEA Member along with receiving many other valuable IEA member benefits visit our website at http://www.idahoea.org/join-iea
** a $60 NNU Credit will be available
** Lunch will be provided. Please indicate any allergies or special on your registration form.
**There are only a limited number of spots for this class
**If you need to CANCEL your registration for any reason, OR you are unable to attend, we ask that you PLEASE cancel via your confirmation email or contact the IEA at firstname.lastname@example.org, at least 48 hours prior to the training, to give the IEA sufficient time to offer available open seating to our large waiting lists.**
NOTE: Refund requests for paid tickets approved 48 hours prior to day of training only.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
- No…we will have a sign in sheet with everyone that has registered.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
- You can contact Katye in the NOC office at email@example.com or by calling 208-667-1502.